Three people were shot and wounded during a Christmas party staged at a southern New Jersey church hall.

St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Church in Vineland (WCAU-TV)

Authorities say it's not clear what sparked the shootings at the Saint Anthony's Greek Orthodox Church in Vineland, which occurred shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday. But they believe a single gunman was responsible.

Police responding to a report of shots fired found three people had been shot.

All three victims were being treated at hospitals, but their wounds were not considered life-threatening.

Twenty-five-year-old Domonique Hines was shot twice in the leg, while 18-year-old Felicia Cannon was hit in the shoulder. Twenty-seven-year-old Shykeem Boyd was hit in his thigh.

Church officials say the private party was held by people who had rented the hall and are not affiliated with the church.


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